Annual report of the State Board of Charities of the state of New York, Volume 23 (Google eBook)

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Weed, Parsons and Company, 1890
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Page 181 - ... any such child is committed to an institution, it shall when practicable, be committed to an institution governed by persons of the same religious faith as the parents of such child.
Page 212 - In every dormitory six hundred cubic feet of air space shall be provided and allowed for each bed or occupant, and no more beds or occupants shall be permitted than are thus provided for, unless free and adequate means of ventilation exist approved by the local board of health, and a special permit in writing therefor be granted by such board...
Page 211 - No child shall be so admitted until such certificate shall have been furnished, which shall be filed with the commitment or other papers on record in the case, by the officers of the institution...
Page 176 - ... shall not be entitled to the custody thereof, except in pursuance of a judgment or order of a court or judicial officer of competent jurisdiction, adjudging or determining that the interests of such child will be promoted thereby and that such parent is fit, competent and able to duly maintain, support and educate such child.
Page 213 - I have compared the preceding with the original law on file in this oftice, and do hereby certify that the same is a correct transcript therefrom, and of the whole of said original law. Given under my hand and seal of Office at the City of Albany.
Page 212 - The beds in every dormitory in such institution shall be separated by a passage-way of not less than two feet horizontally, and all the beds shall be so arranged that under each of them the air shall freely circulate, and there be adequate ventilation.
Page 199 - ... no child to any private institution who is more than twelve years of age, and no child committed by said Commissioner shall be retained in any private institution, at the expense of the City of New York, after it shall have reached the age of twelve, except in a reformatory. Said Commissioner shall have power to summon and compel the attendance of witnesses, and to administer oaths, whenever he may deem it necessary to do so in order to learn the propriety of committing or removing a child to...
Page 212 - ... of health, and a special permit in writing therefor be granted by such board, specifying the number of beds or cubic air space which shall, under special circumstances, be allowed, which permit shall be kept conspicuously posted in such dormitory. The physician of the institution shall immediately notify in writing the local board of health and the board of managers or directors of the institution of any violation of any provision of this section.
Page 182 - ... minor orphans, half orphans, or abandoned children, and to each and every county, city and county, city, or town maintaining such orphans, half orphans, or abandoned children, or any or all of such classes of persons, aid as follows: For each whole orphan supported and maintained in any such institution, not in excess of one hundred dollars per annum; and for each half orphan or abandoned child, not in excess of seventy-five dollars per annum...
Page 216 - The objects of this corporation are to receive and take charge of such children, between the ages of 7 and 14 years, as may be voluntarily intrusted to them by their parents or guardians, or committed to their charge by competent authority, and provide for their support, and to afford them ,the means of moral, intellectual and industrial education.

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